Important message: Postal service delays
Due to current postal service delays, a number of cheques and postal orders are reaching us much later than expected.
If you regularly pay through either of these methods, we recommend switching to Quick Pay or Direct Debit to ensure your plan remains in place.
If you have already sent your payment through the post, please let us know by contacting us. It’s important you get in touch as this delay can break your payment plan if not updated.
MESSAGE ABOUT CORONAVIRUS COVID-19
We are committed to maintaining our service to customers at this challenging time. We have been closely monitoring this situation and, based on official guidelines from the Government, we have taken necessary actions to protect the quality of service we provide to our customers.
We ask you to continue managing your account and payments through the website, from the comfort of your home. We have several methods to choose from, click here to view them all.
We’re on hand to help if needed, just get in touch.
If you have been directly affected by coronavirus, please click here.
Why am I here and what should I do next?
You’ve become a customer of Cabot because we've recently purchased your account. We're now responsible for helping you to manage it.
You may not realise just how many options you have to manage your credit commitments. Our team of Customer Consultants are here to listen to you and understand your situation.
Together, we can put together a plan of action for your future.
Get in touch today to start your journey to financial recovery:
We’re here to help
I paid off the debt and they sent me a very nice letter. Debt doesn’t have to make you worry when Cabot helps you. They are a genuine and kind company.
Cabot were professional and there to help, it can be embarrassing and scary being in debt. Trust them, they want to help you. I've always had full confidence in them.
I'm really thankful to Cabot. They helped me pay my debt off and made the payments affordable so it was all manageable. Just talk to them and see what they can do for you. They're there to help you and they only ask you to pay back what you can.
Cabot were friendly and caring. They listened to me about what I could afford to repay. Until this point, debt was something I ignored and hoped would go away.
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Managing your debt management plan (DMP)
You’ve explored the pros and cons of a DMP, looked into how to set one up, but now you may be wondering what your next steps will be when you have a DMP in place - let us fill you in.
Is a debt management plan the right solution for me?
Debt management plans (DMPs) are a great way to manage multiple debts if you’re struggling to meet your contractual payments, but they may not be the best option for everyone. Read on to find out if a DMP is the right step for you.
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